From the first days of life of the chicks, we present three different types of feeds, which give cover to the different energy needs of the future layers and of adult birds.
Breeding of chicks
Breeding chicks, up to the tenth week of life are fed on feeds with a high protein content of 19% and high proportions of amino acids such as lisine and metionine as proper growth is fundamental for them to reach the laying phase with total guarantees.
Feeding up of chicks
Then the feeding up process begins up until the 17th week when energy needs go down and the fibre content is increased to stimulate the growth of the gizzard and the crop. We continue with the feeds that will adjust the levels of nutrients to maintain the production with low costs without damaging the quality of the shell and the bones of the hen.
We continue with a feed which will adjust the levels of nutrients to maintain the production at low cost and so as not to damage the quality of the shell and the bones of the bird..